Recently, while discussing dividend investing with a friend, the topic of DRIP (dividend reinvestment plan), specifically synthetic-DRIPs, came up on Canadian companies. Both he and I invest in companies through a discount broker, which does not support full DRIP and the discussion revolved around total investment dollars needed to DRIP in each company. This gave me an idea to compile the Canadian Dividend All-Star list of companies to see how much one needs to invest to achieve synthetic DRIP.
Note that this exercise is merely meant to be a resource that I am sharing and a company at either end of the scale may or may not be the best investment. Investors are recommended to perform due diligence before investing in any of the companies.